Parkinson’s UK: Physical Activity Grants Programme

Health & Social Care Friday June 10th, 2022 12:00pm

The Parkinson’s UK Physical Activity Grants Programme awards grants of up to £2,500 to support activity providers, communities, networks, organisations and others to develop opportunities for
people with Parkinson’s to become and stay active.

The application criteria:

  • Applicants should tell the funder how an award will help people with Parkinson’s become and stay active, or help people increase their levels of physical activity. This will need to be by running new activities or increasing participation – and you’ll need to show us the impact of this at the end of the project.
  • Parkinson’s UK want to see how the project will reach and engage with a wide range of people with Parkinson’s, especially those who may be from the following groups:
    • Newly diagnosed
    • Young onset
    • People and groups seen as ‘under represented’ – including socially isolated, not digitally connected or ethnic communities
    • People who are not engaged with Parkinson’s UK
    • People who are inactive, or active at low levels
    • People who are still working
  • The project must last for a minimum of three months
  • Up to 100% of costs are available if required (if the criteria is met and to a maximum of £2,500)
  • As part of the application process the applicant must consult with local Parkinson’s UK staff (contact information is provided on the grants webpage). The staff member is not there to help with writing your application, but may offer information and support by connecting you with people with Parkinson’s, linking you to existing networks or advising on provision and community priorities in the area.

Deadline: Friday 10 June 2022, noon

This fund is not managed by Funding for All. Please click ‘Find out more’ and contact the funder directly for more information.

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